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We use standard size 6 inch x 6 inch 15cm x 15cm square origami paper for this site unless stated otherwise. If you can, use different types of origami paper to change the look of the finished origami and have fun with it!
Kusudama translated as "medicine ball" were traditionally used as incense and poutpurri, from real flowers or herbs. Decorative kusudama are made by using folded paper origami units glued together. These instructions show how to make a simple kusudama flower.
Twelve 12 of these flowers can be glued together to make a ball. Made this origami? Comment and Submit your photo using the comment box at the end of this page! You can watch our origami kusudama flower video instructions , or check out the step-by-step photos below.
Origami Kusudama Flower Step 1: Start with a 6 inch x 6 inch 15cm x 15cm square origami paper, color side down. Origami Kusudama Flower Step 4: Place your finger in one of the outer pockets, and make a squash fold as shown in the next three photos. Origami Kusudama Flower Step 7: Next, we need to glue the two surfaces shown together. We used glue dots, but regular white glue will do just fine.
After applying the glue, fold the surface together as shown, and hold in place till the glue dries. Glue them all together, and you have an origami kusudama flower! You can make 12 of these flowers and glue them together to make an actual kusudama ball. Here is a beautiful one made by Khady in Hannover:. Check out the origami kusudama flower as folded and submitted by our readers!
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Floral Globe Kusudama
I bought a bunch of origami paper packs from Aunty Vicky Mountain Valley Paper Company when we went to SF over winter break, so here are the first models from that! The Tant paper has a nice weight, and light texture, making it nice to fold with. Tant paper. Again, instructions from this are from Tomoko Fuse in Origami Tanteidan
Floral Globe Kusudama